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Single Vehicle Systems

Designed to support a variety of system scenarios and qualified to military specifi- cation requirements, the Harris Vehicular Interface Mount (VIM) allows for flexible single system installs of the AN/PRC-152 and Handheld Power Amplifier. Provid- ing both easy interfacing to external power and speaker solutions and a shock mount, VIM-based installations provide a ruggedized platform for deployment in the most demanding of environments.

Key features and options include: Integrated shock mount

Integrated power interface supporting 20–32 Vdc

Integrated speaker support for the LS-671 speaker and VIC-1 and VIC-3 intercoms

Operational temperature range of

  • 30°C to +60°C

Qualified to MIL-STD-810F Available UHF PA option

Available KDU remote control

RF-300M-HV005

No

No

RF-300M-HV008

No

Yes

RF-300M-HV102

Yes

No

RF-300M-HV103

Yes

Yes

Part Number

AN/PRC-152(V)1(C) Included

UHF PA

The RF-300M-HV 102 provides power amplification, battery charging, and a shock mount— all in a compact package.

Base Station Repeater Systems

When fielded as a base station, the AN/PRC-152 provides the ideal combination of range, power, and pull-and-go versatility. Able to be run from a wide variety of military and civilian AC and DC power inputs, systems can be paired with ruggedized transit cases to allow quick and secure system installation and movement. Base station configurations can easily be configured into repeater setups with the addition of another radio and Handheld Power Amplifier.

Using a suite of battle proven system components, Harris can configure AN/PRC-152 based systems to fit a wide variety of needs.

Key features and options include:

Flexible power inputs, with 12–32 Vdc and 115 or 230 Vac at 47–400 Hz inputs supported

Integrated speaker support for the LS-671 speaker, with optional speakers available

Optional ruggedized transit cases Optional UHF PA Available in repeater configurations

Transit case base station systems allow for portability in the most demanding of environments.

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